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At the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Naarm/Melbourne, the artist’s videos, drawings and found objects engage subversive wordplay and internet culture to undermine gendered, racialized and colonial institutions

BY Hilary Thurlow |

‘Can you hear my voice?’ at Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, asks what it means to claim agency amidst sectarian conflict

BY Shaad D’Souza |

‘We need more advocates across gender lines and emphatic leaders in museums and galleries to create inclusive, supportive and generative spaces’

BY Charlotte Day |

With Art Week in town, a guide to the best exhibitions to see, from sonic surveillance to Ronnie van Hout’s showdown with himself

BY Sophie Knezic |

Design-focused, craft-based and entwined in the politics and poetics of movement, the NGV Triennial’s most memorable works are future-orientated

BY Ena Grozdanic |

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

BY Inga Walton |

On the city’s increasingly fluid fields of contemporary dance and art

BY Emily Cormack |

West Space, Melbourne, Australia

BY Sophie Knezic |

Finding warmth in the pernicious world of advertising, Alex Vivian acts as a brain-stormer, composer and copywriter at Flake, Melbourne 

BY George Egerton-Warburton |

Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

BY Kit Wise |

From frontier town to multicultural metropolis, the second-largest Australian city embraces a grass-roots approach to culture that weaves the experience of contemporary art into everyday life

BY Max Delany AND Nicola Harvey |